The farm accountancy data network. Farm accounts results 1978/79 - 1981/82

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COMMISSION

OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES

The farm accountancy

data network

.liBRAR'i.

~'<>,;... • • • •

Farm accounts

results\

Ji

1978/79-1981/82

.

.,..__,_

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COMMISSION

OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES

The farm accountancy

data network FADN

Farm accou

results

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This publication is also available in the following languages:

DE ISBN 92-825-5077-X

FR ISBN 92-825-5079-6

IT ISBN 92-825-5080-X

Cataloguing data can be found at the end of the handbook

Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 1984

ISBN 92-825-5078-8

Catalogue number: CB-40-84-901-EN-C

Articles and texts appearing in this document may be reproduced freely in whole or in

part so long as their source is mentioned.

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CONTENTS

Foreword

1.

About the Farm Accountancy Data Network

1.1

Aims of the booklet

1.2

Field of survey and number of returning holdings

1.3

Classification of holdings and the weighting procedure

2.

Principal farm accounts results

2.1

Results according to principal type of farming

- 1978/79, 1979/80, 1980/81 and 1981/82 accounting years

2.2

Results according to farm size class

- 1978/79, 1979/80, 1980/81 and 1981/82 accounting years

2.3

Results according to utilised agricultural area

- 1980/81 and 1981/82 accounting years

2.4

Results according to income

- 1980/81 and 1981/82 accounting years

3.

Distribution of incomes in farming

4.

Explanatory notes

Abbreviations and definitions used in the Farm Accountancy Data

Network, ECU - national currency conversion

rat~s,

and other

(5)

Preface

Any undertakin& - whether public or private - developing a given policy

has to avail itself of bhe basic information essential for the task.

This also applies to the Commission of the European communities and the

common agricultural policy. The collection, processing and analysis of

information is one of .the Commission's basic tasks without which it could

not perform the duties assigned to it.

This is why, in the sixties, alongside other systems, the Farm

Accountancy Data Network was set up. This network enables the

Commission, with the assistance of the Member States, to gather the

accountancy data required for analysing the situation of agricultural

holdings as a whole and also with reference to their type of far,ming,

size and geographical location.

Year by year the Commission, in close liaison with the Member States, has

been working to make the network more representative and thus increase

the reliability of the results. This is an ongoing project, but we

thought it would be useful to circulate the results for recent years at

this stage.

The purpose of this handbook is thus to offer broader access to a summary

of FAD& data and results for recent years and thereby promote knowledge,

study and use of them.

7

Claude VILLAIN

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1.

About the Farm Accountancy Data Network

1.1

Aims of the booklet

The Farm Accountancy Data Network collects farm accounts from

individual holdings in Member States of the Community for each

accounting year and processes the data on a harmonised basis. A

standard accounts return is kept for individual sample holdings

throughout the Community.

The FADN thus collects a wide range of

useful information about the financial situation of farms, and

especially farm incomes, for different types and sizes of holding.

The

~

accounting year was the last for which detailed FADN

results were published in printed form.

Due to the enormous

volume of data in that publication, it was decided to produce the

results for subsequent years on microfiches, to allow the maximum

possible level of disaggregation. At the same time, annual

figures were included in the Commission•s annual report, "The

Agricultural Situation in the Community" at a highly aggregated

level for Member States only.

(7)

1.2

Field of survey and number of returning holdings

The FADH covers agricultural holdings in the Community on Which

the day to day management is in the hands of a single farmer or

manager, which have a labour input equivalent to at least 1 Annual

Work Unit (1), and whose major activity is agricultural production

for sale. Holdings in the FADH sample have a significant output.

They represent the most important target of agricultural policy

(2).

Table 1 gives figures for the FADH field of survey. These show

the coverage, in per cent, of the total number, utilized

agricultural area (UAA) and total standard gross margins (SGHs) of

holdings in the Community.

About

62~

of all holdings in the

Community are in the field of survey. The percentages of total

UAA and SGHs - the latter can be taken as a proxy for agricultural

production - are substantially higher, both averaging

83~

for the

Community.

Altogether the FADH covers about 3 600 000

agricultural holdings, two-thirds of the total number of persons

engaged in agriculture and

9~

of milk production.

In addition table 1 shows the increasing number of holdings in the

FADH sample. In the 1981/82 accounting year a record number of

about 32.000 was reached, corresponding to an average sampling

fraction of

1~

of the FADH field of survey.

(1)

For Italy, the Netherlands, Denmark and Ireland, the selection

threshold for labour input is 0.75 AWU.

(2)

on

and from the 1982/83 accounting year, for Which results have

not yet been published, selection thresholds in terms of European

Size Units (ESU) have been adopted.

(8)

~)

Table

1.

PAD& sample, field of survey and sampling fraction

FAD& field of survey

ITo. of holdings

lUmber of holdings

percentage of total

in field of

:---:

population:-

survey

re-Total

in the sample

:---:

presented by

:population· :

:Holdings: UAA

SGH

a single sample

D

F

I

B

L

IlL

DIC

IR

UIC

GR

IUR:

9:

IUR:

10:

(1)

1975(1)

:78/79

79/80

80/81

81/82

1975

1980

1980

holding

(1981)

907 856

3597

3832

4032

3837

66

82

82

104

1 315 141

4243

5247

5556

5840

71

77

80

113

2 664 177

7812

10573

11571

11976

51

71

74

95

138 067

911

940

958

958

61

96

92

71

6 213

97

113

120

146

85

93

94

21

162 594

1606

1633

1606

1560

87

95

99

73

132 263

1741

1826

1849

1747

77

87

96

51

228 007

958

1013

1080

1169

81

95

97

147

280 566

1741

1730

1741

2197

84

99

91

73

758 000

3003

111

5 834 884 :22706

26907

28513

29430

62

82.8

83

95

6 592 884

32433

97

Ccm.anity structure survey

1975,

except for Greece, Where holdings over

1

ha UAA in the

1978

national census.

1.3

Classification of holdings and the weighting procedure

Farms are classified according to type of production and economic

size using the Community far.m classification scheme (the Typology).

The type of far.ming is deter.mined by the relative contribution of

the various enterprises to the total standard gross margin of the

holding. There are

59

particular types, Which are aggregated

successively to

17

principal types and 8 general types.

(9)

Classification according to economic size of farm uses the European Size

Unit (ESU).

1 ESU is equivalent to 1000 EUA of standard gross margin.

Within each type of farming, six ESU size classes are defined. A further

regional breakdown of the FADN is made according to administrative

divisions within each Member State. The classification system is

illustrated below, in Figure 1.

Figure 1: Stratification of the FADN sample

EC-->Member

States----~Regions----~

General - Principal - Particular

---~Size

~---v---' '---~v---'

10 Member

States of the

Community

69 regions

of the

Community

8 general types of farming,

17 principal types and

59 particular types

6 economic

size

classes

Because the sampling fraction may vary between farm types, economic

size classes and regions, a weighting system is used to produce results

for aggregate groups of farms (e.g. all dairy farms in the Community).

The population used is the 1975 Community Farm Structure Survey (1).

Individual holdings in each cell at the lowest level of aggregation are

assigned a weighting factor. The total number of holdings represented

by the FADN sample is equal to the sum of the weighting factors.

In

theory, the number of holdings represented should be the same as the

total holdings in the field of survey but, for practical reasons, it is

not possible to sample holdings from every cell. Therefore, the number

of holdings represented is generally smaller than the number of

holdings in the field of survey.

(1)

Weighting will be based on a new Community structure survey as soon as

the data are available.

(10)

2.

Principal

fa~

accounts results

The results given here are correct as at 1 June 1984. In a few cases

they may vary slightly from figures already published, as data for some

Member States have since been revised.

Results are given only for groups of

fa~s

which include at least ten

holdings at the most disaggregated level. In the aggregated results

all holdings - even those in groups of less than ten holdings - are

included in the calculations.

Details of the income concepts and abbreviations used can be found in

section 4.

2.1

Results according to principal type of

fa~ing

Results according to principal type of

fa~ing

are based on the

Community typology. Results are only given for principal types which

represent at least 100.000 holdings. A table in section 4 (page 77)

shows the relative importance of the different

fa~

enterprises in each

of the principal types of

fa~ing.

(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16)

FADN

RESULTS

FOR

THE

MIN

TYPES

OF

FARtiS

tueER

OF

FAII1S

AVERAGE

SIZE

OF

FARit

AVERAGE

RESULTS

PER

FARit

REPRESENTED

IN

THE

UAA

LIVESTOCK

ESU

TOTAL

SUPPLZES

&

DEPRECIATION

SAMPLE

(HAl

UNITS

OUTPUT

SERVICES

(1000

ECU)

(1000

ECU)

(1000

ECUl

78/79

79.180

78n9

79.180

78n9

79.180

78n9

79.180

78n9

79.180

78fl9

79.180

78.179

79.180

78.179

79.180

ALL

TYPES

(

1

)

DEUT'SCHI.Atll

390217

391216

3597

3832

24.7

25.1

35.7

36.9

15.0

15.2

41.2

44.2

24.6

27.3

5.7

6.1

FRANCE

658577

647915

4243

5247

34.1

33.7

30.1

29.3

15.1

15.1

34.5

34.4

15.8

16.2

3.0

4.1

IT

ALIA

952591

1067414

7812

10573

10.2

10.1

6.5

6.2

5.9

5.6

13.6

13.8

4.5

4.6

1.4

1.4

BEL&IE-BELSUIUE

69ftlt2

70693

911

940

20.1

19.7

42.5

42.4

16.9

17.0

44.7

45.9

22.1

23.4

3.3

3.4

L.UXEttBaUR&

2954

3081

97

113

41.4

39.6

57.1

56.3

19.0

18.7

45.7

47.5

25.2

26.4

8.0

8.5

NEDERI.Atll

116386

1150lt2

1606

1633

17.2

17.4

53.7

54.6

26.9

27.6

69.4

72.3

37.9

42.6

6.4

5.7

D»>IARK

87030

86361

1741

1826

30.7

28.9

48.2

47.6

17.7

17.1

48.6

48.3

29.0

29.1

4.4

4.4

IRELNIJ

169486

163466

958

1013

30.9

28.3

33.4

35.2

5.6

6.7

17.1

13.5

6.2

6.9

0.9

1.1

UNITED

KDIIDCII

151719

146208

1741

1730

119.3

115.2

88.1

91.7

23.8

26.0

62.6

76.1

33.5

43.5

7.5

9.9

ELLAS

-EUR9

2S9M02

2691396

22706

26907

27.4

26.0

27.9

27.0

12.3

12.1

30.7

31.0

15.0

15.9

3.1

3.6

SOURCE:

FADM

(IIEIGHTED

ON

THE

BASE

OF

THE

1975

FARit

STRUC1URE

SURVEY)

FOR

DEUT'SCHLNIJ.

FRANCE.

NEDERI.At«l,

BELGIE.IBELGIQUE,

LUXEttBOURG.

DAN'IARK

AND

UNITED-KIN600tl

(EXCEPT

NORTHERN

IREI.Atll),

RESULTS

FOR

FAII1S

OF

LESS

THAN

4

ESU

ARE

NOT

INCLUDED.

RESULTS

FOR

GROUPS

CONTAINING

LESS

THAN

10

FARitS

IN

THE

SAHPLE

ARE

NOT

GIVEN

(

U

INCLUDING

THE

TYPES

OF

FARtiiNG

NOT

SHOWN

SEPARATLY

FARit

NET

VAWE

ADDED

FARit

NET

PER

AWU

VALUE

ADDED

(

1000

ECU)

(1000

ECUl

78.179

79.180

78.179

79.180

10.9

10.9

6.9

6.9

15.7

14.0

8.5

7.8

7.8

7.8

4.4

4.4

19.4

19.0

12.0

12.0

12.5

12.6

7.6

7.9

25.2

24.0

14.4

13.7

15.2

14.8

12.3

12.6

10.1

5.5

7.9

4.6

21.6

22.6

8.0

8.1

-12.6

11.6

7.1

(17)
(18)
(19)
(20)
(21)
(22)

FADN

RESULTS

FOR

THE

ttAIN

TYPES

OF

FARHS

IU'IBER

OF

FARMS

AVERAGE

SIZE

OF

FARM

AVERAGE

RESULTS

PER

FARM

REPRESENTED

IN

THE

UAA

LIVESTOCK

ESU

TOTAL

SUPPLIES

&

DEPRECIATION

SAMPLE

(HAJ

UNITS

OUTPUT

SERVICES

UOOO

ECUJ

(

1000

ECUJ

(1000

ECUJ

80/81

81/82

80/81

81/82

80/81

81/82

80/81

81/82

80/81

81/82

80/81

81/82

80/81

81/82

80/81

81/82

ALL

TYPES

U)

DEUTSCH

LAN)

I

403750

399566

4032

3837

24.8

24.3

36.1

35.9

15.1

15.9

43.3

49.9

27.7

32.1

6.1

6.7

FRANCE

660639

659009

5556

5840

33.8

34.1

29.9

29.5

15.5

15.5

37.6

40.5

18.2

19.9

4.6

5.1

IT

ALIA

1149078

1141626

11571

11976

10.0

10.0

6.1

6.2

5.4

5.5

16.7

17.2

6.5

6.8

1.5

1.5

BELGIE-BEL&IQUE

67029

68178

958

958

20.3

20.0

42.7

44.5

17.7

17.7

46.7

55.4

25.0

28.8

3.5

3.7

LUXEI'EOURG

2999

3016

120

146

41.0

39.9

58.3

55.1

19.8

19.4

48.8

54.7

28.3

30.2

9.0

11.0

NEDERLAN)

113964

113700

1606

1560

17.2

17.5

56.2

56.0

28.1

28.4

76.8

87.6

46.0

49.6

6.1

6.7

DANHARK

89813

88965

1849

1747

28.2

28.6

46.4

46.5

17.4

17.7

52.8

63.4

33.0

37.6

4.8

5.2

IRELAND

168801

171664

1080

1169

31.0

30.9

33.2

32.7

5.6

5.5

14.8

18.2

7.5

8.3

1.3

1.4

UNITED

KIN&DCI't

153620

160806

1741

2197

114.6

104.1

91.0

92.0

25.2

25.8

89.9

110.0

51.3

61.3

12.5

13.6

ELUS

-332894

-3003

-5.3

-4.0

3.3

-10.8

-3.5

-1.0

EUR9-EUR10

(1)

2809693

3139424

28513

32433

25.9

23.4

26.5

24.3

11.9

11.2

33.7

35.1

17.7

18.2

3.8

3.8

SOURCE:

FADN

lNEI&HTED

ON

THE

BASE

OF

THE

1975

FARI1

STRUCTURE

SURVEY)

FOR

DEUTSCHLAN),

FRANCE,

NEDERLAND,

BELGIE/BELGIQUE,

LUXEI1BOURG,

DANHARK

AtiJ

UNITED-KIN&DCI't

(EXCEPT

NORTHERN

IRELAN)),

RESULTS

FOR

FARI1S

OF

LESS

THAN

4

ESU

ARE

NOT

INCLUDED.

RESULTS

FOR

GROUPS

CONTAINING

LESS

THAN

10

FARHS

IN

THE

SAMPLE

ARE

NOT

GIVEN

(11

EUR9

FOR

1980/81

AND

EUR10

FOR

1981/82

(

2)

INCLUDING

THE

TYPES

OF

FARMING

NOT

SHOWN

SEPARATLY

FARM

NET

VALUE

ADDED

FARI'1

NET

PER

AWU

VALUE

ADDED

(

1000

ECUJ

(

1000

ECUJ

80/81

81/82

80/81

81/82

9.5

11.1

6.1

7.0

14.7

15.5

8.3

9.0

8.6

8.9

4.7

5.0

18.1

22.9

11.5

14.8

11.4

13.5

6.9

8.2

24.7

31.3

14.4

18.7

15.0

20.6

11.5

15.6

6.0

8.6

4.9

7.2

26.2

35.0

9.8

13.2

-6.3

-3.4

12.1

13.1

6.8

(23)

2.2

Results according to

fa~

size class

The definition of size classes in based on the criterion Economic

Size Unit, equal to 1000 EUA of standard gross margin. Holdings of

less than 4 ESU are included in the results for Italy, Ireland,

Greece and Rorthern Ireland, where this

fa~

size class is more

important than in other regions. However, in order to make a

comparison of similar groups, results are .also presented for all

holdings over 4 ESU.

Definitions of the income indicators used are given in section 4.

(24)

.::;

DETAILED

RESULTS

ACCORDING

TO

E~IC

SIZE

OF

FARM

ECONOI1IC

SIZE

AVERAGE

SIZE

OF

FARM

AVERAGE

RESULTS

PER

FARM

TOTAL

CAPITAL

FARtt

NET

VALUE

ADDED

OF

FARtt

UTILISED

AGRI-LABOUR

INPUT

TOTAL

OUTPUT

SUPPLIES

AND

DEPRECIATION

FARM

NET

PER

A.W.U.

PER

A.W.U.

CULTURAL

AREA

SERVICES

VALUE

ADDED

(

EUR.

SIZE

lloiiTS)

(HAl

(AWU)

(

1000

ECU)

(

1000

ECU)

(

1000

ECU)

(

1000

ECU)

(

1000

ECU)

(

1000

ECUl

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

DEUTSCHLAND

(

1)

<

4

-4

<=

8

14.0

14.3

1.3

1.3

18.5

19.8

10.6

12.3

3.6

3.6

4.3

4.0

80.,5

80.8

3.3

3.0

8

<=

16

21.5

21~9

1.5

1.5

35.3

37.6

20.5

22.5

5.2

5.6

9.6

9.5

99.5

99.3

6.2

6.2

16

<=

40

37.2

37.6

1.8

1.8

68.0

72.7

41.9

45.6

8.1

8.9

18.1

18.2

136.6

140.0

9.9

10.0

>=

40

80.0

80.2

2.8

2.8

138.4

147.8

84.0

95.0

13.8

15.1

40.5

37.7

184.8

183.2

14.7

13.4

\0

ALL

FARttS

24.7

25.1

1.6

1.6

41.2

44.2

24.6

27.3

5.7

6.1

10.9

10.9

109.2

110.3

6.9

6.9

ALL

FARHS

>4

24.7

25.1

1.6

1.6

41.2

44.2

24.6

27.3

5.7

6.1

10.9

10.9

109.2

110.3

6.9

6.9

FRANCE

(1)

<

4

-4

<=

8

19.5

19.4

1.6

1.5

17.6

16.1

8.1

7.8

1.5

2.2

8.0

6.1

34.2

44.7

5.1

4.0

8

<=

16

30.9

30.3

1.8

1.7

30.4

30.3

14.2

14.4

2.6

3.7

13.5

12.2

49.7

61.2

7.6

7.0

16

<=

40

50.6

50.0

2.2

2.0

54.4

54.7

24.9

26.0

4.6

6.3

24.9

22.4

67.4

84.3

11.4

10.9

>=

40

83.7

83.5

3.1

2.7

91.6

95.9

38.4

41.0

7.9

11.2

45.2

43.8

74.4

93.8

14.4

16.0

ALL

FARttS

34.1

33.7

1.9

1.8

34.5

34.3

15.8

16.2

2.9

4.1

15.7

14.0

52.2

65.3

8.5

7.8

ALL

FARMS

>4

34.1

33.7

1.9

1.8

34.5

34.3

15.8

16.2

2.9

4.1

15.7

14.0

52.2

65.3

8.5

7

..

8

---

~~--

---SOURCE:

FADN

(WEIGHTED

ON

THE

BASIS

OF

THE

1975

FARM

STRUCTURE

SURVEY)

(

1)

THE

GIVEN

RESULTS

DO

NOT

INCLUDE

FARMS

OF

LESS

4ESU

IN

THESE

(25)

N 0

DETAILED

RESULTS

ACCORDING

TO

ECONOMIC

SIZE

OF

FARM

ECONOttiC

SIZE

AVERAGE

SIZE

OF

FARM

AVERAGE

RESULTS

PER

FARM

OF

FARM

UTILISED

AGRI-LABOUR

INPUT

TOTAL

OUTPUT

SUPPLIES

AND

DEPRECIATION

CULTURAL

AREA

SERVICES

(EUR.

SIZE

UNITS)

lHAl

(AWlJ)

(

1000

ECUl

(

1000

ECUl

(

1000

ECUl

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

IT

ALIA

<

4

5.4

5.6

1.5

1.5

6.7

6.9

2.0

2.1

0.9

1.0

4

<=

8

12.1

12.2

1.9

1.9

14.5

15.8

4.5

4.9

1.5

1.7

8

<=

16

18.4

20.1

2.3

2.3

25.6

27.4

8.6

9.3

2.2

2.5

16

<=

40

35.7

35.1

3.4

3.2

53.4

58.1

18.7

20.3

3.8

4.3

>=

40

69.8

73.6

5.6

5.7

128.6

136.3

56.9

60.~

6.8

7.5

ALL

FARMS

10.2

10.1

1.8

1.8

13.6

13.8

4.5

4.6

1.4

1.4

ALL

FARMS

>It

17.8

18.5

2.3

2.3

24.6

26.8

8.5

9.3

2.1

2.4

BELGIE/BELGIQUEl1)

<

4

-4

<=

8

9.9

9.7

1.4

1.3

20.3

20.2

8.7

10.5

1.7

1.5

8

<=

16

15.7

15.9

1.5

1.5

35.6

35.7

17.8

18.1

2.4

2.6

16

<=

40

29.3

27.1

1.8

1.8

65.1

66.7

33.1

34.2

4.9

5.2

>=

40

54.0

57.6

2.2

2.1

125.4

131.8

60.6

66.3

9.0

9.0

ALL

FARt15

20.1

19.7

1.6

1.6

44.7

45.9

22.1

23.4

3.3

3.4

ALL

FARMS

>It

20.1

19.7

1.6

1.6

44.7

45.9

22.1

23.4

3.3

3.4

SOURCE:

FADN

(WEIGHTED

ON

THE

BASIS

OF

THE

1975

FARM

STRUCTURE

SURVEY)

(1)

THE

GIVEN

RESULTS

DO

NOT

INCLUDE

FARMS

OF

LESS

4ESU

IN

THESE

COUNTRIES

TOTAL

CAPITAL

FARM

NET

VALUE

ADDED

FARM

NET

PER

A.W.U.

PER

A.W.U.

VALUE

ADDED

(

1000

ECU)

(1000

ECUl

(

1000

ECU)

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

3.8

3.9

31.6

32.6

2.6

2.61

8.4

9.1

45.0

49.7

4.5

4.7

I

14.8

15.7

60.4

62.9

6.5

6.7i

1

30.8

33.5

68.0

81.8

9.1

I

10.41

I

64.9

68.5

75.9

78.7

11.6

11.9i

7.8

7.8

43.1

45.0

4.4

4.4!

14.0

15.2

55.0

60.4

6.3

6.6'

I I '

-9.9

8.2

40.8

46.5

7.0

6.31

I

15.4

15.0

55.6

58.7

10.1

9.7

27.1

27.3

78.6

82.8

15.2

15.4

55.8

56.5

110.5

121.9

24.9

26.3

19.4

19.0

63.5

68.4

12.0

12.0

19.4

19.0

63.5

68.4

12.0

(26)

DETAILED

RESULTS

ACCORDING

TO

ECONOMIC

SIZE

OF

FARM

ECONOttiC

SIZE

AVERAGE

SIZE

OF

FARt1

AVERAGE

RESULTS

PER

FARH

TOTAL

CAPITAL

FARM

NET

VALUE

ADDED

OF

FARM

UTILISED

AGRI-LABOUR

INPUT

TOTAL

OUTPUT

SUPPLIES

AND

DEPRECIATION

FARtt

NET

PER

A.W.U.

PER

A.W.U.

CULTURAL

AREA

SERVICES

VALUE

ADDED

(

EUR.

SIZE

UNITS)

(HA)

(AWlJ)

(

1000

ECU)

(

1000

ECU)

(

1000

ECU)

(

1000

ECU)

(

1000

ECU)

(1000

ECU)

I I .

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

LUXEttBOURG

(

1)

<

4

-I

4

<=

8

-8

<=

16

33.4

32.4

1.6

1.5

32.5

35.7

17.8

19.2

5.6

6.4

9.1

10.0

75.2

84.3

5.8

6.6

16

<=

40

51.8

50.1

1.8

1.8

61.9

65.4

33.9

37.0

10.8

11.6

17.1

16.8

130.1

137.9

9.3

9.1

I

N

>=

40

-I

-I I

ALL

FARMS

41.4

39.6

1.6

1.6

45.7

47.5

25.2

26.4

8.0

8.5

12.5

12.6

104.4

113.2

7.6

7.9'

I

ALL

FARttS

>It

41.4

39.6

1.6

1.6

45.7

47.5

25.2

26.4

8.0

8.5

12.5

12.6

104.4

113.2

7.6

7.91

I

NEDERLAND

(1)

<

4

-4

<=

8

-!

8

<=

16

10.0

10.2

1.3

1.3

35.1

37.3

20.0

22.8

2.8

2.5

12.3

12.0

110.0

108.1

9.2

8.9

16

<=

40

19.1

19.0

1.7

1.7

74.5

75.8

41.4

45.8

6.7

6.0

26.3

24.0

155.1

148.4

15.2

14.0

>=

40

38.1

38.3

3.3

3.2

175.0

186.7

91.2

103.6

18.7

16.5

65.2

66.6

184.6

169.7

19.8

20.6

ALL

FARMS

17.2

17.3

1.7

1.8

69.4

72.3

37.9

42.5

6.4

5.7

25.2

24.0

144.0

136.2

14.4

13.7

ALL

FARt15

>It

17.2

17.3

1.7

1.8

69.4

72.3

37.9

42.5

6.4

5.7

25.2

24.0

144.0

136.2

14.4

13.7

SOURCE:

F

ADN

(WEIGHTED

ON

THE

BASIS

OF

THE

1975

FARM

STRUCTURE

SURVEY)

(

1)

THE

GIVEN

RESULTS

DO

NOT

INCLUDE

FARMS

OF

LESS

4ESU

IN

THESE

(27)

N N

DETAILED

RESULTS

ACCORDING

TO

ECONOMIC

SIZE

OF

FA~

ECONOt1IC

SIZE

AVERAGE

SIZE

OF

FARM

AVERAGE

RESULTS

PER

FARH

OF

FA~

UTILISED

AGRI-LABOUR

INPUT

TOTAL

OUTPUT

SUPPLIES

AND

DEPRECIATION

CULTURAL

AREA

SERVICES

(

EUR.

SIZE

UNITS)

CHAl

CAWUl

C

1000

ECUl

(

1000

ECUl

(

1000

ECUl

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

DANI'IARK

(

1

l

<

4

-4

<=

8

11.9

12.3

0.8

0.7

17.1

17.9

10.8

11.4

1.4

1.6

8

<=

16

22.2

21.2

1.1

1.0

34.5

35.0

21.0

21.3

3.0

3.0

16

<=

40

45.9

41.2

1.6

1.5

74.9

72.9

44.6

44.1

7.2

6.9

>=

40

109.4

110.8

2.9

2.7

173.6

173.4

96.4

96.9

15.9

16.1

ALL

FARI'tS

30.7

28.9

1.2

1.2

48.6

48.3

29.0

29.1

4.4

4.4

ALL

FARI'tS

>4

30.7

28.9

1.2

1.2

48.6

48.3

29.0

29.1

4.4

4.4

IRELAND

<

4

19.4

16.6

1.0

1.0

7.0

5.0

2.0

2.1

0.3

0.4

4

<=

8

34.2

31.8

1.3

1.3

19.1

14.4

6.6

7.4

1.0

1.2

8

<=

16

56.3

52.0

1.7

1.5

38.1

29.5

14.3

15.7

2.0

2.7

16

<=

40

93.4

86.2

2.4

2.4

74.6

67.3

30.3

37.3

4.5

5.7

>=

40

-119.6

-3.3

-107.2

-51.3

-9.1

ALL

FARttS

30.9

28.3

1.3

1.2

17.1

13.5

6.2

6.9

0.9

1.1

ALL

FARf'tS

>4

47.5

44.1

1.6

1.5

31.9

25.0

12.2

13.2

1.7

2.2

SOURCE:

FADN

(WEIGHTED

ON

THE

BASIS

OF

THE

1975

FARM

STRUCTURE

SURVEY)

(

1)

THE

GIVEN

RESULTS

DO

NOT

INCLUDE

FARMS

OF

LESS

4ESU

IN

THESE

COUNTRIES

TOTAL

CAPITAL

FARI1

NET

VALUE

ADDED

FA~

NET

PER

A.W.U.

PER

A.W.U.

VALUE

ADDED

C

1000

ECU)

C

1000

ECUl

(

1000

ECUl

!

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

! I

-4.9

4.9

94.4

100.0

6.6

6.9

10.6

10.6

125.4

123.5

9.7

10.1

23.2

21.9

180.4

173.7

14.5

14.6

61.3

60.4

220.7

227.6

21.4

22.5

15.2

14.8

152.2

149.8

12.3

12.6

15.2

14.8

152.2

149.8

12.3

12.6

!

4.6

2.5

79.1

85.1

4.4

2.5

11.5

5.9

165.9

164.0

8.6

4.5

21.8

11.1

244.0

277.2

13.0

7.2

39.8

24.3

327.0

315.2

16.3

10.3

-46.8

-384.8

-14.0

10.1

5.5

149.6

160.3

7.9

4.6

18.0

9.6

217.8

227.9

11.4

(28)

N w

DETAILED

RESULTS

ACCORDING

TO

ECONOHIC

SIZE

OF

FARM

ECONOMIC

SIZE

AVERAGE

SIZE

OF

FARH

AVERAGE

RESULTS

PER

FARM

OF

FARH

UTILISED

AGRI-LABOUR

INPUT

TOTAL

OUTPUT

SUPPLIES

AND

DEPRECIATION

CULTURAL

AREA

SERVICES

(

EUR.

SIZE

UNITS)

(HA)

(AWtJ)

(1000

ECU>

(

1000

ECU)

(

1000

ECU)

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

UNITED

KINGDOI1

(

2)

<It

22.4

22.4

1.1

1.1

12.6

12.6

7.1

9.6

1.7

2.4

It<=

8

59.0

57.8

1.5·

1.6

19.6

23.9

9.9

14.1

2.5

3.4

8

<=

16

91.0

95.8

1.9

1.8

33.8

38.0

18.2

22.2

4.1

5.3

16

<=

40

151.6

142.9

2.9

2.8

73.7

83.4

40.7

48.6

8.8

10.8

>:i:

40

240.3

213.3

6.4

6.9

183.3

235.9

95.8

130.5

22.0

29.6

ALL

FARHS

119.3

115.2

2.7

2.8

62.6

76.1

33.5

43.5

7.5

9.9

ALL

FARttS

>4

126.2

120.8

2.8

2.9

66.1

79.9

35.3

45.6

8.0

10.4

ELLAS

<It

-It<=

8

-8

<=

16

-16

<=

40

->=

40

-ALL

FARttS

-ALL

FARHS

>4

-SOURCE:

FADN

(WEIGHTED

ON

THE

BASIS

OF

THE

1975

FARM

STRUCTURE

SURVEY>

(

2)

ALL

FARMS

OF

LESS

4

ESU

IN

THE

UNITED

KINGDOM

ARE

IN

NORTHERN

IRELAND

TOTAL

CAPITAL

FARI1

NET

VALUE

ADDED

FARM

NET

PER

A.W.U.

PER

A.W.U.

VALUE

ADDED

(

1000

ECU)

(

1000

ECU)

(

1000

ECU>

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

3.9

0.6

96.4

150.6

3.5

0.6

7.2

6.3

74.2

100.3

4.7

4.0

11.5

10.5

86.1

122.7

6.2

5.7

24.2

23.9

103.7

140.6

8.4

8.4

65.6

75.8

102.7

133.7

10.3

10.9

21.6

22.6

96.2

130.2

8.0

8.1

22.8

23.9

96.2

129.8

8.1

8.3

(29)

-DETAILED

RESULTS

ACCORDING

TO

ECONOHIC

SIZE

OF

FARM

ECONOttiC

SIZE

AVERAGE

SIZE

OF

FARM

AVERAGE

RESULTS

PER

FARM

TOTAL

CAPITAL

FARH

NET

VALUE

ADDED

OF

FARM

UTILISED

AGRI-LABOUR

INPUT

TOTAL

OUTPUT

SUPPLIES

AND

DEPRECIATION

FARt1

NET

PER

A.W.U.

PER

A.W.U.

CULTURAL

AREA

SERVICES

VALUE

ADDEO

lEUR.

SIZE

UNITS)

CHA)

(AWtJ)

(1000

ECU)

(

1000

ECU)

(

1000

ECU)

(

1000

ECUl

(

1000

ECUl

(

1000

ECU)

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

78/79

79/80

EUR9

<

4

7.6

7.1

1.4

1.4

6.8

6.8

2.0

2.2

0.8

0.9

4.0

3.7

37.5

37.8

2.8

2.6

4

<=

8

18.3

18.2

1.6

1.6

17.1

17.2

7.4

8.1

1.9

2.2

7.8

6.9

ss.o

61.5

4.9

4.4

8

<=

16

29.1

29.1

1.7

1.7

32.0

33.0

16.0

17.1

3.3

3.9

12.7

11.9

75.6

83.4

7.4

6.9

16

<=

40

51.6

49.7

2.2

2.1

64.0

66.3

33.5

36.2

6.2

7.0

24.3

23.1

104.2

116.4

11.2

11.0

>=

40

117.6

111.8

4.2

4.3

141.4

161.7

71.1

85.4

14.0

17.1

56.3

59.2

110.6

128.5

13.4

13.8

ALL

FARHS

27.4

26.0

1.8

1.7

30.6

31.0

15.0

15.9

3.1

3.6

12.6

11.6

71.8

77.7

7.1

6.7

ALL

FARI'IS

>it

34.7

34.0

1.9

1.9

39.4

41.3

19.7

21.7

4.0

4.7

15.7

15.0

81.1

90.7

8.3

8.0

SOURCE:

FADN

(WEIGHTED

ON

THE

BASIS

OF

THE

1975

FARt1

STRUCTURE

Figure

Table 1. PAD& sample, field of survey and sampling fraction FAD& field of survey ITo. of holdings lUmber of holdings percentage of total in field of

Table 1.

PAD& sample, field of survey and sampling fraction FAD& field of survey ITo. of holdings lUmber of holdings percentage of total in field of p.8

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